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    • 1899, Jul 30

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    • Sun. July 30, 1899: Ther. 70. 100ยบ., Wea. clear I went to School and meeting. Supt. Spilsbury visited sunday school. he talked of tithing and the word of wisdom. Monday 31: Ther. very warm. Wea. clear I thinned and plowed the melons on the sand...
    • 1903, Dec 7

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    • Mon. Dec. 7, 1903: -+ Ther. Cold., Warmer Wea. Clear 12-45 pm just arrived at the river with the herd have been driving for the last two hours. 2-05 pm leaving again. 3 pm at top of hill. At camp 5-45 by hard driving.133) Tuesday 8: Ther. Cool &...
    • 1905, Jun 23

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    • Fri. June 23, 1905: Ther. Warm. Wea. Clear. Staid with Mr. Smith and had a good rest today, talked and sang some of our hymns to him, will leave the Book of Mormon for him to read, may call and get it later. 130) (3
    • 1905, Jul 16

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    • Sun. July 16, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clear. clouds. Attended S. School at the I.K.L. this after noon, gave out the anouncement for meeting tonight, So here we are waiting again for meeting time. Had a good turnout about fifty, Elder Jack...
    • 1905, Aug 20

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    • Sun. Aug. 20, 1905: Ther. Hot., cooler, (Windy noon) Wea. Cloudy sprinkle. Done a little writing today. Held meeting on the street tonight Elders Robison and McClellan took up the time. Talked on the first principles of the Gospel. (2
    • 1905, Dec 7

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    • Thurs. Dec. 7, 1905: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Clear. frosty this morning. came east into the Melrose district, canvassed part of it, got the school teacher to announce a meeting for us tonight. only six men and boys out Elder Bahr talked on the first...
    • Page 114

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    • Jan. 2 0 , 1895.. .The Mayor called the attention of the Council to the fact of there being a large bundle of old papers. bonds, deeds, receipts, e t c . On motion Councilman Fretwell. the Mayor was authorized to destroy all the worthless. Feb. 4 ,...
    • Page 367

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    • March 15. 1 9 5 6 . . .Bids for a new water line, from Main Street to 400 East. were opened. The bid was for 2,000 feet of 8" pipe. J . V. Adams and Chester Parry bid $1.460. which was accepted by the Council. April 5. 1956.. . D . C. Schmutz met...
    • Page 415

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    • Cable Communications West is interested in the possibility of constructing and operating a Cable T . V . System in Cedar City. The City is not interested. Unanimous. Dec. 17, 1970.. .Ramon Prestwich recommended that the Council take whatever steps...
    • Page 108

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    • The Iron Works was not going ahead nearly as fast as they all had hoped and on Sunday, November 14, George A. Smith called a council of the brethren after church meeting for the purpose of inviting them to express their feelings about their...
    • Page 131

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    • acquaintance of Ellen. They made us very welcome and we talked over many things and retired to rest as the sweet strains of music kom the brass band serenaded the city. Henry and Ellen attended meeting in the Tabernacle on Sunday, April 3, and...
    • Page 146

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    • him and four more dining with me on Monday. Gave him about 150 pounds of flour and a few potatoes which well-pleased him. I talked considerable with him and he manifested the best spirit I ever saw him do. He says, by and by, he intends settling...
    • Page 521

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    • & EUen, 175; wife visits, 202; came to Cedar City, 228; 1865 visits Cedar, 254; letter from Henry, 259; presides at conference, 269; makes Henry a pamarch, 290, trip with B. Young, 293; death, 301 Smith, Jesse N. , 278; County Clerk, 287; S....
    • Page 524

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    • Williams Ranch, Sarah Ann rented, 394; stayed two years, 402 Williams, Sarah, 267 Willis, Bishop, h m Toquerville, 261 Willis, Joshua T., High Coun., 186 Willow Creek (Mona), 23,26 met Wilson, Mary h, Henry Lunt, 190; wrote poem, 191; kom England,...
    • Page 31

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    • had to be cleared of sagebl-ush and greasewood. Heavy d r a p were made of tree trunks and poles, and the t~rushwas hurned. T h e plows were made of mountain mahogany and the shares of iron. Often, the land was hard and dry, and water for the...

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